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この文書はopenEHRのアーキテクチャの概要について説明するものである。仕様策定プロジェクトの解説はここから始まり,参照モデルの構造やパッケージについての概要に続く。セキュリティやアーキタイプ分類,識別表示,バージョンとパスがその次に書かれている。公開された標準との関連を示し,最後に実装技術仕様(ITSs; Implementation Technology Specifications)の概要が示されている。

This document provides an overview of the openEHR architecture. It commences with a description of the specification project, followed by an overview of the reference model structure and packages. Key global semantics including security, archetyping, identification, version and paths are then described. The relationship to published standards is indicated, and finally, the approach to building Implementation Technology Specifications (ITSs) is outlined.

2.1 openEHR仕様策定プロジェクト

2.1 The openEHR Specification Project

図1はopenEHR仕様策定プロジェクトについて図示している。このプロジェクトは,openEHR Health Computing Platformの基礎となる仕様を開発するのに関与している。Computing platformの各部と仕様の関係が図に示されている。このプロジェクトは要求や抽象仕様,実装技術仕様(ITSs),コンピュータで扱うことができる表現や適合基準について網羅している。

FIGURE 1 illustrates the openEHR Specification Project. This project is responsible for developing the specifications on which the openEHR Health Computing Platform is based. The relationships between the parts of the computing platform and the specifications are indicated on the diagram. The project deliverables include requirements, abstract specifications, implementation technology specifications (ITSs), computable expressions and conformance criteria.

The abstract specifications consist of the Reference Model (RM), the Service Model (SM) and Archetype Model (AM). The first two correspond to the ISO RM/ODP information and computational viewpoints respectively. The latter formalises the bridge between information models and knowledge resources.

The abstract specifications published by openEHR are defined using the UML notation and formal textual class specifications. These models constitute the primary references for all openEHR semantics. The presentation style of these abstract specifications is deliberately intended to be clear and semantically close to the ideas being communicated. Accordingly, the specifications do not follow idioms or limitations of particular programming languages, schema languages or other formalisms.

The abstract specifications are also available in a tool-oriented computable UML format in order to enable development of software and systems. The computable expressions for all practical purposes can be assumed as being a lossless rendition of the published abstract specifications.

The implementation technology specifications on the other hand correspond to the expression of abstract specifications in various programming and schema languages, each of which represents an imperfect and usually partial transformation from the specification models. There are numerous implementation technologies, ranging from programming languages, serial formalisms such as XML, to database and distributed object interfaces. Each of these has its own limits and strengths. The approach to implementing any of the openEHR abstract models in a given implementation technology is to firstly define an ITS for the particular technology, then to use it to formally map the abstract models into expressions in that technology.

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